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CDT Michael Richardson
  • F-2
  • 2014
  • Tallahassee, FL
CDT Michael Richardson is a proud member of the F-2 Zoo, and an even prouder member of Army Ultimate. He began playing Ultimate as a hobby after band practices in 10th grade. Though he didn’t play his first organized Ultimate until age 16 as part of a local league, he immediately fell in love with the sport. After two seasons on a local club participating in assorted tournaments, his love for Ultimate had consumed most of his free time. Since he's been at West Point, he has carried on the efforts of Ivan Cho in leading the drive to create West Point's first ever official Ultimate Frisbee club. This season was Michael's second as captain of the team and it's safe to say that there is nothing he loves more than practicing and playing with this club.
CDT Alec Chosewood
  • F-2
  • 2016
  • Lilburn, GA
While new to West Point, Alec Chosewood is anything but new to Ultimate. He has been playing competitively for five years on a plethora of highly skilled teams. He is a prior service Intelligence soldier, and came to West Point in hopes of furthering his military career. Luck stuck him in the F-2 Zoo where he met Michael Richardson, and together they have brought Army Ultimate to a whole new level. He is currently one of the team’s star handlers, and one of the most technically skilled players the team has been lucky enough to field.
CDT Thomas Schafer
  • D-3
  • 2014
  • Lorton, VA
“Uncle” Tom Schafer, the team’s personnel officer, has been playing Ultimate at USMA since his yearling year, after deciding to stop running Corps Squad Cross Country. Tom is a versatile player, cutting and handling wherever the team needs him most. He is to be credited for countless army points as he towers over the opposition and plucks the disc from the air with apparent effortlessness. The team looks to Tom for the fun-loving and humorous spirit he brings to practice and competition.
CDT Alec Herrera
  • F-2
  • 2016
  • Fort Walton Beach, FL
While Ultimate is nothing new to Alec Herrera, this is the first year he has played with a team as committed and skilled as Army. Despite the new level of play, Alec has met the challenge with enthusiasm and vigor and is now one of the team’s top cutters and defensive players. He consistently plays in many of the most running-intensive positions on the field, as the team knows they can count on him to get where he needs to go.
CDT Alex Moores
  • H-2
  • 2016
  • Gaithersburg, MD
Alex Moores did not join the team until his spring semester Plebe year after a vain attempt at running for Army Track and Field. He counts himself lucky to have been cut, because he found prefers the sport and the atmosphere of Army Ultimate to those of the pole vault runway. He played Ultimate in high school, starting in 10th grade, and is proud to be a founding member of his school’s competitive team. His brother, also a player on Army Ultimate, suggested he play when his track season ended, and since then Alex has worked hard to bring his best to the team.